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FOX News
Sep 19, 2009 4:00pm EDT
chicken value box. >> mike: arizona doesn't have a first down yet. but tied with iowa at 37. courtesy of the interception return. o'meara and spievey are deep to return the kick-off from zendejas. spievey won't bring it out of the end zone. that wasn't a good p decision as he's short of the 13th by robert golden. tonight an abc saturday night football. colt mccoy and texas longhorns looking for pay back from the texas tech red raiders. texas tech and texas on abc, "saturday night football" presented by southwest airlines tonight at 8:00. >> craig: that's a challenge for text defense to cover up defense, particularly colt mccoy's legs and his running ability. >> mike: robinson is back in as the iowa running back. nice hole straight up the middle. robinson, at the 30 yard line. telly, from outside of the linebacker made the tackle. even so far with the all-american candidate not in the line-up. this week, iowa offensive line. >> craig: look at that push, mike p. talk about driving them back three, four lines. there's a bow in that arizona defensive line. excellent. hitting up on the rig
CBS
Sep 21, 2009 11:00pm EDT
.com. what's in your wallet? >> mike: another good one on "monday night football." mike tirico, jon gruden. ron jaworski. suzy kolber on the sideline. dolphins 0-1, colts 1-0. great wrap-up to week two of the season. chad pennington and dolphins have controlled the time of possession. that slithers through the hads of ted ginn who caught most everything thrown his way tonight. incomplete. >> jon: i like to see him catch that ball. a three back formation. a little play action pass to ricky williams with all of the success they have running the football. got to be caught. >> ron: ted ginn has to come up with that catch. got the ball down on the numbers. numbers down on ball. got to squeeze it when you get down there. >> jon: lots of short motion froms from the top. >> mike: anthony fasano. trying to get a block. led by antoine bethea. defense forced miami no a place they don't do well normally. third and long. >> ron: you run the football well like the dolphins have done tonight. control the clock, yardage, everything but you don't normally score a lot of points. this game is tied here at 20
FOX News
Sep 27, 2009 8:00pm EDT
mike huckabee. [applaus [applause]. >> mike: thank you very much, thank you. welcome to huckabee from the fox studios in new york city. tonight, chuck norris throws a round house kick at health care reform and offers his solutions on what we could be doing. also, former white house press secretaries dana per reno and ronnessen, what's it leak inside the real west wing? and pollster frank luntz, tell us what are americans really, really angry about? we are going to ask him. by the way, did you in that we're celebrating the one year anniversary of this show? and that means the one year anniversary with our house band, the little rockers, they're going to be with us tonight for a very special tune as we have the first year anniversary celebration of the huckabee show with the little rockers. we think air going to have a great time and hope that you'll enjoy yourselves. did you hear the rantings and ravings from libyan dictator moammar qadaffi at the united nations? this guy talked so long, even his own interpreter collapsed saying he couldn't take it anymore. so conan o'brien and the ton
FOX News
Sep 13, 2009 8:00pm EDT
you for watching. see you back here tomorrow. governor mike huckabee. [applause]thank you. thank you very much, welcome to huckabee from the fox studios in new york city. well, tonight, ousted governor and his wife patty join us and we're going to ask them some questions and their answers could make headlines and the queen of cuisine, paula dean is here, you'll love her style and humor and you might be surprised by other powerful and amazing story and then, all time country music great, george jones, is here. he's going to be playing one of his classic songs and a brand new one, never released before. but you're going to hear it here tonight. what a great show we have. thank you for joining us. [applause]. sad to report today the death of a good friend to all of us, journalism. the once esteemed state of our nation and protector of our freedoms and a watch dog of our rights has passed away after a long struggle with a crippling and debilitating disease of acu acute dishonesty aggravated by a loss of brain function. journalism once proudly patrolled our society and sought to tell us a
FOX News
Sep 19, 2009 6:00pm EDT
. >> craig: he had two interceptions last week. one for a pick six today. they're squatting on him. >> mike: they are. i don't think they're threatened by the speed of the iowa receivers, playing what they've seen on film. murray on field goal. he's hit from 20. this will be from 40. and that will make it 20-10, iowa. >> craig: i got a recommendation for sonny dykes and arizona. line of scrimmage, no huddle. up tempo, change the pace. get out of what you're doing, sitting on your harshes all afternoon doing nothing. it's time to change the tempo of your offense. change it at the line. >> mike: certainly changed something. >> craig: this is working. and, you know, they came into this game, somewhat protecting matt scott their quarterback. but that's out the window. and their back-up quarterback was more of a pack pet passer. something has to change. it's not working. >> mike: they always say, if it ain't broke don't fix it. if it is, you better fix it especially if you're down ten on the road. >> craig: you have seven plays eye iowa and 36. it doesn't even feel that close. an ntonin keeps th
FOX News
Sep 20, 2009 8:00pm EDT
: but isn't >> loads and gentlemen,-- ladies and gentlemen, governor mike huckabee. >> hello everybody. and welcome, thank you very much for coming. welcome to the fox studios in new york city, tonight, congressman and michael burgess, they're medical doctors and they're going to be talking on whether health care reform should include rewards for the best decisions and also the amazing creskin demonstrates why he would be a good addition to the president's staff ap research counsel tony per kiss on the likelihood of a major turn around in the congress after the next term of congress. their song press one for english a youtube sensation ♪ the language of this land ♪ and every time it's posted here i could understand ♪ ♪ i do not live in china, mexico no foreign place ♪ ♪ and english is the language in these united states ♪ >> that's kay and ron and they're here today to debut a brand new song called a big fat no with the little rockers later today. are' going to love kay and ron, they're a lot of fun. today is going to mark the launch of a very dynamic partnership, puttin
FOX News
Sep 19, 2009 5:00pm EDT
. ♪ >> mike: we are in iowa at the half. where iowa is leading arizona 14-10. it was a very strange first half. >> craig: you know what, if you're a coach to both sidelines, you say to your team this is a tie game. a full half to come out here now and to play to win this game. somebody's going to make a big play. >> mike: let's take a look at the city inside view. >> >> craig: one big play for arizona so far. we talked about nick grigsby, running back. number two rushing guy in the country. and how good he is. he did this all on his own basically. this is the one time i thought iowa was hesitant and they sat back. and he just kind of ran by them. defense of iowa has been impressive. a combination, if they've been impressive and arizona has been unimpressed in their execution. remember they did get down to the red zone that one time and touchdown ability has continued to be a problem. >> mike: arizona will receive. that's the guy they want to get the football. he waits on the near side. angelo retreats to the 1. not a hold but it closed quickly as it reached the 27 yard line. good tackle by bru
FOX News
Sep 6, 2009 8:00pm EDT
. captioned by closed captioning services, inc. ♪ >> ladies and gentlemen, governor mike huckabee. [applaus [applause] >> am i supposed to be out here right now? i'm not governor mike huckabee, i'm not bush banish either. but i'd like to welcome you to-- what's that guy's name? huckabee. ladies and gentlemen, mike huckabee, the governor. bring it out. [applaus [applause]. hey, hello. >> good morning. >> how are you? >> i'm doing great. so, we had you on the show today. >> yes, i will be here. which means we have dozens of people on the show today. >> right. >> you want to give awes preview. >> how about some this have, some of this, and what were you thinking? and that kid going, i want to be jon voight. >> frank cal yanno is going to be on our show today. look forward to sighing seeing you. >> thank you so much and also, he says that president obama is trying to change america, maybe not the change you bargained for. outspoken conservative actor jon voight will be here to tell us why he's become so involved and will give us his take on health care reform, and also, paul harvey's commenta
FOX News
Sep 13, 2009 2:00am EDT
for watching. see you back here tomorrow. >> announcer: ladies and gentlemen, governor mike huckabee. [ applause ] >> mike: and thank you very much. welcome to the "huckabee" from the fox videos in new york city. tonight ousted alan i. rod blagojevich and his wife, patty, join us, and we'll ask him some questions and answers could make headlines. he met the queen of southern cuisine, paula deen is in our studio. you'll love paula's style, her humor, but you might be surprised by her powerful and amazing story. imagine an all-time country music great, george jones, is here. he will be playing one of his classic songs, and a brand-new one and never released before, but you'll hear it here tonight. what a great show we have. take you for joining us. [ applause ] >> mike: i'm sad to report today the death of a good friend to all of us. journalism. once esteemed for the state of our nation and the protector of our freedoms and the watchdog of our rights, has passed away after a long struggle with a crippling and debilitating disease of acute dishonesty aggravated by advanced laziness and
FOX News
Sep 19, 2009 3:00pm EDT
louisville. >> and mike hart loin from klin efficient passing. >> governor's cup and it will stay with kentucky for one more season. robert, we'll get your thoughts now on virginia tech. nebraska, we talked about the hokies' quarterback. what's critical for you in this game? >> i think when you look at this nebraska team, a lot of people think that now it's been almost exclusively a running team. but zac lee, he's done just an incredible job there at quarterback. but the running game is also dangerous and that should be a concern for virginia tech. they gave up 268 yards rushing against alabama earlier in the year so they've had some problems on their defensive line so this nebraska offense, a lot more balanced than people would realize. >> picking up what i'm putting down with the upset special or what. >> picking up with what i'm putting down! what? >> i don't know if it's an upset special but -- >> yeah, i like them. >> so then it is? >> yeah. i agree. i wouldn't say i agree with you but -- >> no. >> no upset special in austin? >> no. >> not going to happen again. it is a remat
CNBC
Sep 18, 2009 8:30pm EDT
component caterpillar and finally projector and gamble beginning to break out as well. mike, you have been the voice of skepticism, of cautious throughout this. are you convinced? >> one of the things we're seeing is cautious optimism. how about that. buying down side protection, one of the things that highlighted this week. one of the things that did well, someone bought a one by two put spread financed by selling calls. this is someone who wants to stay long calls but don't know how far it can skrech. also in the vix some of the activities is it's probably going to drift a little bit. if we did see anybody making a play, it probably will stay here but they were financing upside buys in that area. also general electric, if they were buying any protection, it was also in the form of one by twos and down side put spreads in december. >> mike, you just said it. it might go higher. no one wants to sell anything right now because everything might go higher. the truth is the longer we stay up here, the more likely we are to close higher at the end of the year. people do not want to cap their up
CBS
Sep 18, 2009 6:27pm EDT
. >> reporter: well, obviously roads closed all throughout that area. you can't, again, as captain mike perry said, get in or out of turners station right now. there's a look. again a wide shot of the whole situation there. again, let's go over some of the roads that are blocked. broening highway is blocked between the beltway and willow springs road. you're also look being at-- looking at dundalk avenue. loganview is closed at liberty road. portly road is blocked. so is dunhaven. mcshane way is blocked. back between bel grave and dundalk avenue. loganview shopping center, you can't get in and out of that. that has been evacuated as are the neighborhoods south of there. ramps to and from the beltway is closed. so you can't get through there. sowers point road, as you just saw, from captain mike perry's shot earlier, it is closed between avon beach road and dundalk avenue. now, it is also extremely backed up as captain mike perry mentioned, getting in there. but the problem is, these aren't going anywhere. because there is no access into turner station right now. they are going to be sitting t
HLN
Sep 15, 2009 5:00pm EDT
analyst mike brooks also with us producer from the nancy grace show rup rupa -- starting with breaking news. you can confirm for us here that police are zoning in on someone, a lab technician. tell us about it. >> well, mike, this is what we know. we know for a while now the last few days the pool of potential suspects has really been narrowed down and looking at only a few people, insiders. it is difficult to confirm completely particularly with various conflicting sources telling us various things but what i am hearing from a yale university police officer is that there is one individual, a person of interest, not a suspect, but a person of interest they are looking at, a lab worker that worked at this building. >> can you tell us anything more about this lab worker, relationship with annie le, start there. >> you know, what it's really not clear. what i have found out today i spoke with colleagues of hers and they say her main lab, laboratory she worked in was actually at the sterling hall of medicine which, as you recall, the office where she left her cell phone, her purse, her wal
CNBC
Sep 27, 2009 6:00am EDT
. to both dan and mike's point, you're heading into earnings. earnings last season. you had this great rally. you saw similar type of trading and you're also heading into october, as you said at the start, melissa. this is just historically one of the more volatile months. i don't look at it as the sky is falling. here we go, we have to buy as much protection as possible. i think it's looking at their positions. looking at their individual stocks saying what etf is the best hedge. what i think is one of the more interesting point is it's not just the xlf trading for people to protect their positions. an etf that's probably more off the beaten path to iats or regional bank etfs, they're buyers of the november puts. this past week, buying approximately 10,000 of those, norm hi trades around 500 contracts. they're looking for etfs that are going to protect their portfolios and their specific investment. >> it's not just the qs that people are buying protection on, but it's like these smaller etfs out there. >> we've seen a number of etf and index put buyers come in. last week, we saw people do
CBS
Sep 18, 2009 5:00pm EDT
's definitely an area to be avoided completely. police are, as captain mike perry said, evacuating the neighborhood. we're going to keep you updated on this. unfortunately, we can't really give you alternates at this point. it is a residential neighborhood. and most of these streets are completely flooded. we'll give you complete updates every 15 minutes, probably. back to you guys. >>> all right, sharon. thank you. >>> complete coverage continues with captain mike perry. mike? >> reporter: yeah, i want to reiterate, to help sharon out a bit. i was spitting these streets out quickly that we make sure we have them. burning highway is the main source of where this water main break has occurred. maryland transportation authority police have burned a highway between 695 and the dundalk marine terminal. nothing can move north or south from that area. dundalk avenue is closed from just north of logan village shopping center. all the way down to near turners station. or near sowers point road. police have that road closed. we do have dun haven road closed. mcshane way, the lower end of mc
CSPAN
Sep 29, 2009 5:00pm EDT
news." >> welcome once again this is "prime news" i'm mike galanos beginning with breaking developments in the case against casey anthony. fbi documents reveal a large stain in the trunk of casey's car. a stain that resembles the outline or silhouette of a small child. you better believe the prosecution will use this heart-breaking image. a child possibly laying in the fetal position. a 2-year-old that could be curled up under a blanket in that position not dead in someone's trunk. the fbi admitted destroying crucial evidence against casey. we'll hit all that and take your calls as always. 1-877-tell-hln is the number. bring in our experts joining us again florida state prosecutor pam b odbondi and mike brooks a natisha lance. what for senensics do you need prove? >> dna, blood or -- first of all this wan was an outline apparently the orange county crime scene folks had taken a picture of and it was a correspondence an e-mail between an analyst, fbi analyst who was assigned to orlando resident agency of the fbi, their field office there. to the lab. basically saying, we think this is s
FOX News
Sep 20, 2009 11:00pm EDT
of students. all details are available on mike huckabee.com. mike huckabee.com. you can get it there by the fox news feedback section. stay tuned to all of today's hae. we will have more on this musical adventure. speaking of fiddling around and beating on drugs president obama will not poland with the czech republic with the missile shield we promised. we made the surprise announcement on the 70th anniversary of the russian invasion of poland. we are turning on those who have been reliable friends. when the blood of 20-year-old women were being spilled in the streets of tehran as they were murdered by their own government the president said he didn't want to interfere. 20 jewish families tried to move into a jewish owned apartment complex in israel obama interfered and urged family sz to top the violence. he equated palestinian terrorism with expanded jewish settlement as if building a school is the same as building up the children inside the school. on a pirnl no -- personal note birthday to a retired professor at wash taw baptist university in arkansas. dr. cop i think ge
CBS
Sep 15, 2009 12:00pm EDT
is live on university parkway with mike hellgren where the events unfolded just hours ago. good afternoon, mike. >> reporter: good afternoon, mary and everybody. everything unfold after one this morning. police say the suspect has a long history of break-ins and there's police activity here at the scene. the sword actually severed the intrude are's hand. -- intruder's hand. wjz is on the scene of east iewn have i parkway after a frightening series of events. police say it started when man broke into a home rented by four johns hopkins university students and one of them took action. >> the student heard rumbling around and went down stairs to check it out and he was armed with a samurai sword to protect himself and found the suspect sitting in the garage crouched underneath a counter. >> reporter: police say the man lunged at the student so the student swung that samurai sward. >> -- sword. >> severe laceration to the upper body severed the left hand and he died on the scene. >> reporter: police were on their way because the neighbor called to report suspicious activity. >> the suspect ha
CBS
Sep 18, 2009 6:00pm EDT
? >> no. actually, first we're going to go straight to sky eye chopper 13. captain mike perry. >> reporter: you're looking at this major continue jawgz of a -- continuation of a water main break. this is basically the source. if bill pulls up just a little bit, you'll see, this is -- actually used to be burning highway. a may area that traffic moves in and out of the dundalk and seger terminals. just after 4:00, this major water main broke. water began flooding out onto dundalk avenue. quickly overtaking the storm drains and out into the shopping center. it was basically water running to its lowest point. and this community affected the main roads here being dunhaven road. mcshane way and logan view drive. i was counting it up. and i estimated about 100 houses. i think it's going to be more than that affected. water on court way is about chest deep. still remains chest deep. and this is court right as you're looking now. as that rushes down the street. as bill pans to the right here, you see police personnel. they've got a fire boat in here. i'm not sure at this point whether they're going
CBS
Sep 21, 2009 6:00pm EDT
to mcnabb. what is the latest? >> well mike, i did speak with donovan mcnabb. let's take andy reid first. he has a very difficult juggling job at the quarterback position. he has to figure out if mcnabb can play. all of the indications are that mcnabb will not be ready. i talked to mcnabb on monday morning. he said he is still in pain and doesn't know if he can play on sunday against the chiefs. he said "we will see how it goes. it is only monday." but he did not sound optimistic. he has to prepare fist offense for the return of michael vick. vick is making his nfl debut after more than two years away from the game. team sources say they are preparing an extensive package of plays for vick. he is likely to be the backup starter to kevin kolb, shotgun, wildcat formations and a lot of things. eagles used the wildcat against the saints for 45 yards. reed says kolb will take the snaps at quarterback. a lot of moving parts. >> where does all of this leave jeff garcia? >> that is the key thing. if jeff garcia is the backup to kevin kolb, then they can't use michael vick if michael vick is listed a
CNBC
Sep 9, 2009 4:00am EDT
a $3 million bid for brazilian at the lco. >> i'm mike huckman. in the united states, president obama gears up for a high stakes speech to congress tonight to make his biggest yet for health care reform. >> hello, everybody, welcome. you are now watching cnbc's "worldwide exchange." we're very pleased to have you with us. we'll take a look at the broad based ftse cnbc 300 index indicating relatively flattish trade. 4,203 on this, again, the broad based index. we're seeing a bit of selling taking place in some of the miners. just a bit of money coming off the table with them today. let's switch on and show you the overall european bourses. we started around the flat line, the ftse 100 now a little lower, we're seeing selling in the miners and there's a whole host of companies that have gone ex dividend today as it is a wednesday and that's having an impact on the uk market, as well. the currency rates, the cross rates, ahead of the bank of england meeting tomorrow where no change is expected, and it does seem like we're looking more at the dollar and the dollar weakness that has on the
FOX News
Sep 20, 2009 1:00am EDT
.614 and that is the quickest of session two. >> we said that the beneficiary of this was probably going to be mike edwards and in session number three he was alongside of ronnie humphrey, the next quickest, it was mike edwards with 6.16, over 208 miles per hour. >> and so, the standings at the conclusion of three sessions of qualifying for pro stock. look this way, with edwards sitting number one followed by humphrey and k.j., an allen johnson and jason line. >> big names on bottom half. greg anderson, jeg coughlin and warren johnson on the bum with a 6.68. >> there's the list not in the field and that including rickie jones and ron krisher. and speaking of krisher, seventh in the points coming in here to the start the playoffs. the countdown to the championship. ron krisher trying to get into this field. that's john gaydosh on the other side. remember krisher had a dnq at veg vegas's wl. >> talk about not having a -- ron krisher, he's gotten better every run but a lot of room for improvement. ran 7.1 in the first session, 6.94 and then 6.78 in session number three. to say he's missed on the setup would p
FOX News
Sep 26, 2009 8:00pm EDT
and see you tomorrow night. hopefully with the beatles. >> ladies and gentlemen, governor mike huckabee. >> thank you very much. thank you. and welcome to huckabee in the studio in new york city. tonight chuck noris throws a round house kick at health care reform and offers solutions on what we could be doing . former white house press secretary. s, what is it like inside of the real west wining and we'll learn the news behind the news. polsters tell us what are americans really, really angry about? we'll ask him . by the way, did you know that we are celebrating one-year anniversary of the show? and that means one-year anniversary with our house band the little rockers, they will be with us for a special tune as we have the first year anniversary celebration of the huckabee show with little rockers. we'll figure to have a great time and hope you willen joy yourself. did you hear the ranting ravings from libyan leadership gadhafi in the united nations? he talked so long even his own intrepret ator collapsed and conan o'brien helped us to know what the heck gadhafi was talking about. >>
HLN
Sep 14, 2009 5:00pm EDT
law enforcement analyst mike brooks and producer for the nancy grace show rupa mclalaney. >> we have confirmed within the last hour that the body found behind the wall is, in fact, annie le. it is confirmed. the medical examiner's office is not releasing the cause of death the manner is a homicide. they do have the cause but are not releasing it. >> the evidence, bloody clothing found near the crime scene. is that correct? >> reporter: this is true. there is blood-stained clothing, not necessarily, they are not sure if it belongs to annie le. it is not the clothing she was seen wearing tuesday. the bloody clothing was found in a ceiling, under a tiled ceiling, hidden. >> mike brooks, is this the killer's clothing left behind? >> that is a good question. apparently they found this on saturday. they didn't say exactly what it was. they are saying they have a lot of physical evidence. now, they have got the pictures of her going in on 10:00 on tuesday and never see her coming out n. between the time they found here, there was a steam scare, they evacuated the building with a fire alarm.
CNBC
Sep 11, 2009 8:30pm EDT
mike, how do you interpret this oox? >> well, one of the things we keep talking about is volatility is coming out of the market a lit built, but that doesn't necessarily mean as it continues to rally, everybody is completely complacent. that's not what we're seeing here. wells fargo hasn't really participated obviously compared to a name like goldman sachs. a bearish trade in a place where wr there isn't that much activity, they bought 50,000 puts and sold 100,000 puts. they expire next week. the xlf will have to sell off 10% to make it pay off. >> if you see this put activity in volatility in general, how do you interpret that? maybe that's just putting on protection at a good price? >> that's a great point. this buyer of those puts is actually buying, you know, a wing here. this is almost a lottery ticket. you know, he paid 15 cents yesterday and 14 cents today for that september 14 put. that's not a lot of capital committed to that trade. so it catches headlines because you see 150,000 contract trade, but it's really not a huge commitment to the down side in the xlf. >> quickly,
FOX News
Sep 7, 2009 5:00am EDT
and mike. mike, let's start you with. why is this a good idea? >> we should be happy to give $85 billion to hard working americans who aren't making enough to make ends meet. they're working but they are not being able to pay their bills. as i bring my usual a.i.g. dodge, this is less than half the amount of money we committed to bailing out a.i.g. >> steve, what do you think about this plan? >> well, instead of doing more welfare, how about getting the economy going again and allowing these folks who keep more of what they earn on their income taxes. on social security taxes, allow them to have that money go into their own personalized accounts and how about a flat tax to get the economy moving again? those are pros tiff things that help everybody. >> so maybe a cut in their payroll tax. >> by the way, one thing to be said for, it is better than raising the minimum wage. >> glen, where do you stand? >> i think we need to say it is $85 billion over many years. it is actually $9 billion a year and $1,000 to families with children, families making $3,000 to $12,000 a year. these are desper
FOX News
Sep 14, 2009 5:00am EDT
on fox." here is neil weinberg, elizabeth mcdonald and mike miello and quentin hardy. steve, what picks do you have that the tea party would love? >> that is what the consumers make the choice on healthcare insurance by shopping around the country so they make a price that's appealing to you. >> what's stopping them from doing it now? >> because right now the system is designed if you get a savings, let's say you take a drug that is cheaper than the prescription, you don't get the savings. the bureaucrat gets it, the company gets. the consumer if they shopped smartly they get the savings and productivity. >> sounds good. what do you think of steve's plan? >> it is great but it won't work and here's why, because there is price fixing going on state by state between doctors, hospitals, insurers an drug companies. why is that happening? because the states have a lock on which insurance companies can operate in their own states and local politicians get a lot of money from the insurance lobby, and then the president didn't mention this problem and that is how you deregulate the state's lock
MSNBC
Sep 8, 2009 7:00pm EDT
on msnbc. >>> a make-or-break week for president obama. let's play "hardball." >>> good evening, i'm mike barnicle in tonight for chris matthews. leading off tonight, obama's big moment. president obama is facing, perhaps, the most important and consequential week yet of his presidency. it all begins with health care in his speech to a joint session of congress tomorrow night. then there's afghanistan. the september 11th anniversary. stubbornly high unemployment and growing unease about the deficit. add to that the fence that the president is being shaped by events more than he is shaping them. whether he can turn that around may say a lot about how successful a president he will be. virtually every republican has decided to just say no to anything the president proposes. plus he's faced with this inconvenient truth. liberal democrats won't vote for a health care plan without a public option. moderate democrats won't vote for one with it. two congressional democrats who fall on either side of this issue will be here in just a moment. >>> also, was the white house asleep at the switch when
NBC
Sep 22, 2009 12:00pm EDT
right now. we need mike and kim. join me. [cheers and applause] john: our first question's worth $1,000 if you give me the number one answer. and here is the question. name something found in the garden of eden. mike. >> apples. john: apples. show me apples. you got it. >> yeah! [cheers] john: our $2,000 question is this. name a place where the lover usually hides when the husband arrives home. tim. >> closet. john: the closet. show me the closet. you got it. >> whoo! john: the $3,000 question--name a food that takes hours to prepare. you're there first, chad. >> turkey. john: turkey. show me turkey. you got it. [cheers] john: whoa! the money's flying off the books today. all right, the $4,000 question. name a 4-letter word that is something everyone wants. jennifer. no, not quick enough. charisse. not--not quick enough. let's find out what our survey did say, though. love. yes, indeed. all right. that's the kind of 4-letter word we like. all right. $5,000 question, the last one, and this is what it is. which one of the 5 senses remains the sharpest as people age? you're there first
WHUT
Sep 25, 2009 8:30am EDT
at 8:00 on fox. right now a sneak preview of "brothers." >> hey, mike. >> don't love on me like that. >> the baseball cardinal folks saw you coming, man. hey, mama, you remember my big opening at the restaurant, right? >> oh, now here we go. >> mike doesn't remember because mike doesn't remember anything that doesn't start with the word "mike." >> stop whining. you've been whining since we were kids. >> can't help it you've been jealous and find ways to mess things up for me. >> yell just? >> growing up i was a better athlete and i'm better looking. all my teeth are next to each other. >> ouch. tavis: how do you say that, strahan, and he doesn't get slapped, how does he say that without getting slapped? >> you better hold my hand down. >> look, this is the "tavis smiley" show, let's do this show with some dignity. >> we came up here and first thing i asked, are you going to behave today? >> yo, it ain't on me, man. >> it's his teeth. >> look, man, he started that. he's going to come in the writer's room and start cracking these jokes. oh, yeah, they say all these gap teeth jokes when
CNBC
Sep 1, 2009 4:00am EDT
, $70.30 a barrel. hi, mike. good to see you. >> at this point, it looks like the start of the historically bed september might be off to a positive one. futures are pointing at least to a slightly higher open when the opening bell rings here in the states in, what, 5 1/2 hours time or less than that? the final numbers are in for august with the dow up 3.5% for the month, up 1.5% for the nasdaq and up 3.3% for the s&p 500. the problem there is that historically on average, the better the august, the worse the september. moving on to the treasury markets, we did see investors try to take safe haven in yesterday's sell-off in the stock market in the treasury market. and so the yield on the benchmark u.s. ten-year t-note did fall to its lowest level since july 13th to 3.4% and the price, which moves in the opposite direction, went up and right now we've got the yield climbing back up at .41%. finally, on to gold, it fell $2 per troy ounce in the month of august to $951.70. yesterday it fell another 0.5%, or 5.30. and right now, it's down another 2.75 at $953 per ounce. so l
MSNBC
Sep 24, 2009 5:00pm EDT
the most difficult, in arriving who you chose to fill ted kennedy's senate seat? >> well, you know, mike, i give it probably an eight. you know, it's a headache in a way politically that i don't need, but i think when you think about the greater good, the interest of the commonwealth of massachusetts and the people -- people's interests who are being voted on in the next few weeks and months in the congress, we need that second voice to help john kerry tand to have a full complement of votes on those issues. so i think having the depth of talent, political talent that we do in massachusetts as you well know, and a very strong field of finalists, about six in number, half of them women, a couple of people of color as well, and thinking mainly about the need for stewardship, someone who will respect and continue the values and missions of ted kennedy, paul kirk is a perfect choice. >> and here was paul kirk earlier today, governor, if we could listen to this. >> it is a profound honor and i accept it with sincere humility. to also have the encouragement and support of his family that i be a v
CBS
Sep 2, 2009 5:00pm EDT
baltimore. let's go to captain mike perry with more. mike, how are you? >> hi, kai. good afternoon. this is edmondson avenue and north warwick, where a multiple vehicle collision has left several injured. burm police are on -- baltimore police are on the scene. as well firefighters. it appears they are waiting for additional equipment to arrive to extract several of the people from this vehicle. it is not clear how this accident occurred. but at this point, baltimore police are on the scene. they do have edmondson avenue closed. about two blocks either side. >> thank you, captain mike perry, reporting live. >>> another healthcare town hall meeting ends in heated exchanges. this time, it's the house majority leader, maryland's fifth democrat, steny hoyer, who as mike schuh reports, got an earful. >> the u.s. house majority leader walked off into the waldorf gymnasium, to cheers and jeers. >> what is being proposed is not a government healthcare system. we reform healthcare so that all americans can find healthcare and have peace of mind. >> reporter: but two men got into a fight. >
CSPAN
Sep 22, 2009 5:00pm EDT
, your chance to be heard. this is "prime news." >> this is "prime news." i'm mike galanos. and unthinkable massacre, a family killed in a quite farm town 140 miles southwest of chicago. a contractor and stay-at-home-wife, their kids. they're all dead. the kids waited for their school bus, the neighborhood post office, picked candy out of the post office cookie jar. this as they did homework before school. an innocent family, all lost. it is tragic. who could do o this? >> leads have been developed and are being vigorously pursued. this was a brutal homicide against an entire family and we are determined to identify and arrest those responsible. >> we'll take your calls on this at 1-877-tell-hln. bringing in our hln law enforcement analyst mike brooks and ryan den im, online news editor also knew the family. ryan, the latest, any leads who might have done? ? >> no. at this point police have been very tight lipped. if they do have leads, they are not sharing it with media or members of the community. right now, a lot of questions down there in beason, very, very small commun
HLN
Sep 6, 2009 6:00pm EDT
again. this is "prime news." i'm mike galanos. state of florida ree leased more than three hours of audio, video recordings and they're telling. casey anthony allegedly talks about chloro form, the date drug ghb and possibly receiving money for her defense by appearing on the howard stern show while caylee is missing. of course, we know that caylee is dead. joining us to talk about this, florida state prosecutor pam bondi and bounty hunter, leonard padilla. they had access to casey. also joining us, latisha nance. all right. natisha, let's get the legal stuff out of the way to get to the recordings that are fascinating. the judge ruling the fraud trial goes before the murder trial? is that what happened here? natisha? okay. >> hi. >> go ahead. >> just able to hear you now. what was the question? i'm sorry. >> the fraud trial before the murder trial. a lot of us thought, nope, it has to go the other way around. >> the judge recently ruled that that fraud case will go before the murder trial. we don't know exactly when it's going to be but this is pretty significant meaning that ca
HLN
Sep 26, 2009 8:00pm EDT
me in welcoming mike mccurry. [applause] mike, you've been on the other end of -- well, there have been allegations in the past surrounding some of your involvement. >> been there, done that. >> tell us what it was like to be on the receiving end. what lessons do you have for these students about your experience? >> well, thanks, tucker. and i'll start pointing out that i was born here in charleston, south carolina. so i can refer to some of the things that have been said by south carolina outside this state. and one commentary after the governor sanford business, someone observed that south carolina is the state that's too small to be a nation but too large to be an insane asylum. [laughter] there are probably times when people felt they were proving that apmorism true. gina set the table very well and i'll offer thoughts. if you recall the clinton years, we invented a different scandal it seems like every month. the most famous one, the one that i probably got more prominence for was of course le faire monique. most of the students here are probably -- they were too young at the
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